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Chapter page I BREATHING
THE ORGANS OF ENUNCIATION
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attention audience back vowels becomes beginner breath passes closed common words consonant position correct delivery Diagram diaphragm diaphragmatic breathing difficult diphthong drop effect element English speech enunciation exercises fault final frequently front vowels give given hard palate high-drop increased larynx letter lip-rounding lips low-drop lower front teeth lungs mispronounced mistake modulation monotone mouth positions movement muscular musical nasal necessary nose noticeable organs pace passage pause phonetic transcript phoneticians phonetics phrase position is released produced prolonged pronounced pronunciation public speaker raised resonators result retracted rising inflection round rule saying sentence short singing slight soft palate sonant sounds affected speaking spoil spoken stress student syllable sympathetic resonators TABLE OF CONSONANTs teacher throat tone tongue position unstressed upper teeth usually uvula varied vibrations vocal chords vocal murmur voiced consonant voiceless vowel position vowel sound weak form wrong position